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(a) An applicant for a physical therapist or a physical therapy assistant license by examination, other than an applicant who is a graduate of a school of physical therapy that is located outside of the United States, shall submit a completed application on a form prescribed by the board with
(1) payment of the fees established in 12 AAC 02.320;
(2) the applicant's certified transcript from a physical therapy school meeting the requirements of AS 08.84.030 (a)(1); and
(3) a letter of professional reference from
(A) the head of the physical therapy school; or
(B) an instructor, physician, supervising physical therapist, or supervisor; and
(4) the jurisprudence questionnaire prepared by the board covering the provisions of AS 08.84 and this chapter.
(b) An application must be reviewed and approved by a majority of the board members before an applicant may take the examination. The board will not review an application until all documents required under (a) of this section have been received by the department.
(c) An applicant who has applied for, but not yet received, licensure in another state and who has passed the national physical therapy examination in that state may have the examination scores transferred to the board and may apply for licensure by examination under (a) of this section.
History: Eff. 10/30/82, Register 84; am 7/4/84, Register 90; am 9/26/91, Register 119; am 5/21/97, Register 142; am 10/20/99, Register 152; am 2/17/2002, Register 161
Authority: AS 08.84.010
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